Graduate Studies

Our graduate program offers research opportunities in organic and inorganic synthesis, in theoretical and computational chemistry, in analytical chemistry including the development of micro- and nanoscale sensors, chemical catalysis, natural products research drug discovery and delivery, metabolomics, informatics, chemical biology and chemical physics.

An annual highlight is the Chemistry Graduate Student Association Distinguished Lecture Series. An outstanding chemist (many times a Nobel Laureate) is invited to the department.

Available Degrees

Additional Information

Application Information

Review of applications begins on January 15 for Fall admission and September 15 for Spring admission.
Applications received after the above dates will be considered for positions based on availability.
Only complete applications will be considered.


Please contact us about future openings or to schedule a department visit.